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When the class of 2013 graduates Saturday, seniors will carry with them lessons learned through years on the Alabama campus. Before leaving, though, they’re sharing a few pointers with Dateline Alabama.
Dateline asked UA students who they thought should replace Jimmy Fallon as the host of Late Night on NBC – the results ran the gamut.
For those looking for fun and exciting ways to celebrate Earth Day, Birmingham offers broad entertainment options.
Dateline Alabama reporter Stephen Dethrage sampled famous drinks from local Tuscaloosa restaurants to figure out which ones are worth the hype.
“Oz the Great and Powerful” takes viewers back to the magical land of Oz, but unfortunately they find it inhabited by less authentic characters.
The newly established Black Warrior Film Festival gives UA students a chance to showcase their films while gaining valuable feedback from industry professionals.
Fried chicken. Biscuits. Collard greens. Southern food, crafted with makeshift recipes tweaked over generations, may be a fading art.
This weekend UA journalism students landed in Spain, where they will spend two weeks reporting, writing and shooting for the latest issue of Alpine Living.
Photos by Erin Armstrong